Copyright law

09.17.10
The Lawbringer: The trouble with fan fiction
09.17.10

The Lawbringer: The trouble with fan fiction

Pop law abounds in The Lawbringer, your weekly dose of WoW, the law, video games and the MMO genre...

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07.26.10
Did the Fifth Circuit just make breaking DRM legal? Not quite.
07.26.10

Did the Fifth Circuit just make breaking DRM legal? Not quite.

The world of digital copyright law is a busy place this morning -- not only did the Li...

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06.07.10
The Lawbringer: The history of Blizzard and MDY (Glider)
06.07.10

The Lawbringer: The history of Blizzard and MDY (Glider)

It's a Glider! Sorry, that's as good as the jokes are going to get. Greetings from The Lawbringer,...

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01.16.10
Psystar files official notice of appeal, ruthlessly attacks windmill
01.16.10

Psystar files official notice of appeal, ruthlessly attacks windmill

We're still not clear on whether Psystar is still in business, or if it's selling anything other th...

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04.16.09
Amazon suspends Kindle account after too many product returns
04.16.09

Amazon suspends Kindle account after too many product returns

The Kindle should be a pretty straight forward proposition, but this just goes to show you how some...

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03.13.09
Amazon using DMCA to restrict Kindle content sources
03.13.09

Amazon using DMCA to restrict Kindle content sources

Oh, Amazon. Just a couple weeks after the Authors Guild's overzealous copyright-maximalist stance f...

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02.27.09
The Engadget Interview: Paul Aiken, Executive Director of the Authors Guild
02.27.09

The Engadget Interview: Paul Aiken, Executive Director of the Authors Guild

As you're no doubt aware, this week's launch of the Kindle 2 came complete with copyright controver...

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02.11.09
Know Your Rights: Does the Kindle 2's text-to-speech infringe authors' copyrights?
02.11.09

Know Your Rights: Does the Kindle 2's text-to-speech infringe authors' copyrights?

Know Your Rights is Engadget's technology law series, written by our own totally punk ex-copyright...

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